Already wielding considerable political power under the Constitution, and with the NLD making itself more unpopular by the day, why would it?
Country ranks 14th out of 15 in Asia-Pacific; weak judiciary, corrupt legislature among main reasons, says World Justice Project’s 2017-18 report.
A petition signed by some 4,500 Yangon Region students calls for accountability in the cases of two recent students who died by electrocution.
Myanmar’s Internal Revenue Department has invited banks and mobile money operators to submit an expression of interest to implement an online tax payment system.
Check out these Infographics to see where the country’s more than $9.1 billion in borrowing comes from — and where the money goes.
Halfway through the government’s term, a Yangon lawmaker speaks with The Irrawaddy about ongoing friction between the regional government and Parliament.
This Irrawaddy briefs you on the week that was in the national legislature.
The state counselor offered govt assistance as a fire in Yangon worsened, threatening public health.
A committee that has inspected 24 state-owned factories operating at a loss is set to submit a preliminary report urging privatization.
The two additional ministries proposed by President U Htin Kyaw were a Government’s Office and a Ministry of International Cooperation.
Transportation and Communications Ministry concerned about spread of disinformation on Facebook; vows privacy rights will be upheld
The fiscal year will run from October to September starting in 2018-19, despite opposition from military representatives and opposition party lawmakers.
Police detain two municipal officers after the Anti-Corruption Commission found that the pair had solicited money from shop owners.
MPs say increased monitoring will tackle fabricated reports and hate speech.